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The visual art exhibition on "Bygone Acculturation"
Update: 21/07/2015 08:30:49
In the afternoon of April 28, 2015, on the courtyard of Can Chanh palace, Hue Monuments Conservation Centre (HMCC), Vietnam Institute of Culture and Art Studies in Hue (VICAS Hue) and Trúc Chỉ Art Project organized the visual art exhibition "Bygone's Acculturation" (The Typical features in the visual art of Nguyen Lord period) on TrúcChỉ (a new value invented by artist Phan Hai Bang on the acculturation of traditional paper-making art in Vietnam and other country in the region, the main material of which is bamboo).

 

With 50 big size trucchigraphy works (~80x190cm) harmoniously  set up on the courtyard of Can Chanh Palace in forms of the Nguyen Lords' mausoleum's external wall, the visual art exhibition "Bygone's Acculturation" could reflect the key features of "The Typical features in the visual art of Nguyen Lord period" compiled by researcher Nguyen Huu Thong and his colleagues at VICAS Hue. Specifically, such five focuses of Nguyen Lord period's aesthetics as the general aesthetic features, tombs, stela, graves, and aesthetic decoration are involved on the trucchigraphy works so that the documentary data could become art works and displayed with the visual art's style. Hence, coming to the exhibition, the participants could enjoy the art and understand some typical features of Nguyen Lord period's aesthetics.

According to artist Phan Hai Bang, the founder of TrúcChỉ art, the "Bygone acculturation" project will be ceaselessly developed for other exhibitions, with which all of the features of Nguyen Lord period's aesthetics would be well interpreted into TrúcChỉ art.

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